Greenlake Golf Course

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We came when it was empty. Rented clubs and balls for 2 for $20! So much fun and beautiful. Must do while in the area.

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We love Greenlake Pitch and Putt! For $7 a round, you can't go wrong. The course is squeezed into a small space, but quite functional. I'm not a very good golfer, so Pitch and Putt is a perfect course to learn and take my time. It's really enjoyable, but can often be packed.

Leave your driver at home, though. None are allowed.

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How did I never know there was a chip and putt course here until last summer? This is such a great and cheap way to enjoy being outside - only 7$ for a round!! They do a good job with the upkeep on the off season - it can be a little muddy in spring, but really not bad at all. If the sun is out - grab your pitching wedge, putter and a ball and head out there, too fun to miss out on!

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This is one of my favorite places in Seattle!  It's such a fantastic spot to go with your friends or out of town visitors to enjoy the sun and each other's company.  It only takes a couple hours to get through so it's a perfect interlude between brunch and early happy hour on a lazy Sunday.

We love to come with a bag full of PBRs and make our way from the 1st to 9th laughing and pretending to keep score.

Highly suggest it for a 1st or 501st date, a fun girls day or even an afternoon solo putt.

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I had a great time with my friend here on a sunny Seattle day.

Armed with a sixer of tall boys, a pitching wedge, and a putter we successfully navigated the course with a mild sense of victory. If only we'd brought more beer.

There may be a bit of a wait when starting out... so practice your putting on the green.

All the other would be golfers on the course were super nice, but not always the most astute. As in watch out for golf balls accidentally ripping through the tree you're putting under.

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